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. and it was this tall young man standing there. and in a suit. >> this woman's name is katie callow way. she was 25 then, a black jack dealer and single mother. >> i rolled down my window. he said i'm really sorry. i didn't mean to frighten you. but my car won't start. i was just wondering which way are you going? >> reporter: she had no idea, of course, that another woman would come forward to claim the man in the denim suit tried to abduct her just an hour earlier. >> he didn't look to me like what i thought a rapist should look like. >> reporter: katie call way let the man into her car and began drivi in the direction of her boyfriend's house. >> and as i got to the side street i was going to turn on, he says actually it's just past that porch light right there. and at that point he slammed my head into the steering wheel. and just over powered me. he graed my keys, threw them on the floor. had handcuffs out of his pocket. he said all i want is a piece of ass. if you cooperate, you won't get hurt. >> reporter: nothing could have been further from the truth. philip garrido had a plan for katie. they t
was up now on that sunday morning. julia's sister, katie jo, woke to a ringing phone. >> i get a phone call at 7:00 that morning. that's what woke me up. it was my mom. and she was absolutely hysterical. >> reporter: lifelong friend stacy racen was alarmed, too. >> she was a very good mom. she would never disappear. she always kept in close contact with everybody. >> reporter: chief milanowski decided hours in that he was going to need help from the county detective's office. three sheriff's investigators were assigned. captain mark fletcher took the command. >> we received the first call that afternoon. >> reporter: right away he had his crime scene techs process the family's minivan discovered in the nearby parking lot. >> we processed that vehicle with a fine tooth comb. it was printed, it was checked for dna. >> reporter: what did you find in the vehicle when you processed it? >> behind the passenger seat was julia's purse, which did not appear to be dishevelled in any manner. >> reporter: so whatever this had been, it hadn't been about a robbery of her. >> no, her cell phone was i
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